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post #11 of 46 Old 01-30-2007, 11:31 PM
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I would be interested in getting uprev to come to florida. that would be sweet. and if they did i would run and get the stillen longtubes just before the tune. badazz. anybody else in florida interested?

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About ready too

PenguinLE - I'm with you on that. I'm getting really tired of waiting for the other products to come out. Everytime I see something else posted from the Uprev tuned guys just makes it worse. I'm kind of leary about the mail in tune and the cost for that but, it seems that Uprev is in the business to give us what we want and will back their product. Seems like I read where some have payed around 450 for the tune but the site says it should cost more like 650? The biggest reason I started this thread is it seems guys are paying different prices?

TitanBlue - Its getting too hard to wait much longer. I'd like to come to the next meet and already have this done so others can see and feel it for themselves. I need to move real soon cause once spring comes there will be other things that my money will be attracted to...

Guess I'll make a phone call if I can find the number?

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I'm curious as to how the cruise control will activate the various tunes...

Do you lose the cruise feature on the truck? Is there a way that you may not know what tune you're running?


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I'm curious as to how the cruise control will activate the various tunes...

Do you lose the cruise feature on the truck? Is there a way that you may not know what tune you're running?
You won't loose the cruise function. But the cruise must be off to change the maps.
To change the map, hold down the cruise set button while you push the cancel button. The number of times you push the button determines which map is selected. #1, may be tuned, #2 stock, and #3 valet. The cruise set light will flash 1 time for map 1, 2 for map 2, etc. to confirm the setting. The cruise can then be used normally.
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You won't loose the cruise function. But the cruise must be off to change the maps.
To change the map, hold down the cruise set button while you push the cancel button. The number of times you push the button determines which map is selected. #1, may be tuned, #2 stock, and #3 valet. The cruise set light will flash 1 time for map 1, 2 for map 2, etc. to confirm the setting. The cruise can then be used normally.
Very cool!

So, my follows questions are:

1) What should I put in the "Rev Limit Set Point" field (on the form)?
2) What is a reasonable speed limit point to enter?
3) What is a good "RPM at Idle Set Point"?
4) Do I want to check off the box for "throttle control map"?

...and most importantly, where is the ECU and how do I remove it???


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Also can they do the *2 advance or is that not connected to this?
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Also can they do the *2 advance or is that not connected to this?
Pretty sure they will add it if you don't already have the timing advance on the ECU.


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Pretty sure they will add it if you don't already have the timing advance on the ECU.
Now I just need to figure out when I can be without the truck for 5 days. Damn winter screwing up my plans!
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Very cool!

So, my follows questions are:

1) What should I put in the "Rev Limit Set Point" field (on the form)?
2) What is a reasonable speed limit point to enter?
3) What is a good "RPM at Idle Set Point"?
4) Do I want to check off the box for "throttle control map"?

...and most importantly, where is the ECU and how do I remove it???
1. Leave the rev limit where it is, 6100. That is already well past the power band.
2. This is limited by the tires you use. If you set the speed limit higher, say 140 MPH, you had better have tires rated for that speed.
3. Use the stock idle point, 650 RPM (unless you have a highly modified engine, different cams, etc.)
4. Yes, this allows full throttle opening at starts and shifts.
See attachment for ECM location.

About the two degree advance. Do this before you send in the ECM, or if you can't have UpRev add it to the stock map. You don't want to do the 2 degree advance after the UpRev tune because the advance adds to all the maps; you don't want that added to the UpRev tune.
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scr38 - you are a walking titan encyclopedia. thanks.

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